On Monday, February 24, 2020 the Meggett Town Council passed a Resolution opposing offshore oil and gas drilling and exploration activities, including seismic air gun blasting. Click here to read the full resolution.
Flag Retirement Ceremony
Hosted by American Legion Post 145 & Cub Scout Pack 19
Saturday, October 12th at 10:00 AM
Meggett Town Hall
4776 Highway 165 | Meggett, SC 29449
Ceremony is open to the public and all are welcome!
Is my flag ready for retirement?
Page 79 of the BSA Handbook says, "A national flag that is worn beyond repair may be burned in a fire. The ceremony should be conducted with dignity and respect and the flag burned completely to ashes."
Who will take my flag?
American Legion Post 145 will accept all flags that are worn beyond repair.
Where can I drop off my flag(s)?
Flags can be dropped off anytime between 8:00 AM - 3:30 PM, Monday - Friday, at Meggett Town Hall. Please call us at (843) 889-3622 if you need to drop off a flag after these hours.
Below is a message from the SCDOT, regarding the replacement of the Meggett Creek Bridge. Please feel free to call Meggett Town Hall at 843.889.3622 with any questions.
The South Carolina Department of Transportation is currently replacing the bridge along SC-165 over Meggett Creek in Charleston County. This bridge is rated as being structurally deficient and therefore qualifies for Federal Bridge Replacement funding. Notable construction activities are expected to begin August 26, 2019. Pending any delays due to weather conditions, fabricator delays, etc., the bridge should be reopened to traffic by approximately November 29, 2019.
In order to minimize the construction duration, project costs, and impacts to property owners and the environment, the road will be closed during construction. Traffic will be detoured to S-10-390 (Toogoodoo Road), S-10-1159 (Wilson Road), S-10-128 (Ethel Post Office Road), and back to SC 165. The net additional detour length will be approximately 1.89 miles for through traffic. A site map of the detour is available here.
The SCDOT District Six Office has notified locally affected businesses and schools via letter advising them of this construction.
If you have any questions, you may contact District Construction/Maintenance Engineer Kevin Turner, P.E. at (843) 746-6726.
The Town of Meggett sign on the corner of Hwy 165 and Toogoodoo Road was damaged last month during a storm. The damage has made it impossible to post the monthly meeting updates/other messages for the time being. Town Leadership is actively pursuing arrangements to restore the sign to working order. All updates and meeting times will continue to be posted here on the Town website in the interim. Questions and concerns can be directed to Town Hall at (843) 889-3622.
Meggett Town Hall will be closed on Monday, May 27th in observation of Memorial Day. Regular business hours will resume on Tuesday, May 28th. Thank you for understanding and God Bless.
As part of its five-year cycle to maintain public safety and electric system reliability, Dominion Energy South Carolina will begin pruning trees throughout parts of lower Charleston County in the coming weeks. The project - which will extend across approximately 90 miles of overhead distribution lines to include sections of Adams Run, Hollywood, and Meggett - is set to begin in early June and will take approximately 5 months to complete. Property owners will be notified by mail or email approximately two weeks prior to the start of trimming in their area.
Overgrown vegetation and tree limbs are the number one cause of power outages, and trimming on a routine cycle can protect the long-term health of the tree. To learn more about the critical role tree trimming plays in keeping the lights on in your community: https://www.sceg.com/for-my-home/manage-my-service/landscaping-tree-trimming/tree-trimming-program
"Country Roads Take Me Home"
The St. Paul's Garden Club invites you to spend the day discovering our hidden treasures. Enjoy beautiful private gardens, old country churches, and the historic site of the cemetery donated by Dixie Plantation, to the Parish in 1706. Help us celebrate our club's 90th Anniversary and learn the history of St. Paul's Parish. Explore and enjoy our country roads, beautiful water vistas, fenced pastures, and ancient live oaks. And, share a festive lunch celebration with us.
Rain or Shine | Non-Refundable | No Strollers or Pets Please | Tour at Your Own Risk
Roxbury Park will be closed on the following dates in observance of the Christmas holiday:
The park will reopen for normal business hours on December 29, 2018. We apologize for any inconvenience and wish all of our residents a Merry Christmas!